hiking

views

forest

wild flowers

walking

nature trips

wildlife

birding

no dogs

kid friendly

trail running

camping

lake

river

backpacking

waterfall

horseback riding

fishing

dogs on leash

off road driving

Created in 1890, Sequoia National Park is home to the largest trees on earth and the tallest peak in the contiguous United States. At 404,063 acres and over 90% of designated wilderness, Sequoia offers over 800 miles of hiking trails. This park protects the Giant Forest, which has the world's largest tree, General Sherman, as well as four of the next nine tallest. It also has over 240 caves, the tallest mountain in the lower 48, Mount Whitney, and the granite dome Moro Rock.

Killer!

I've done this one in the spring, summer, fall, and snowshoed it in the winter. gorgeous view!

amazing hike! altitude did get to my wife and myself a Lil but not too bad. Bring water! we started at 7 and we were back at the car around 4.

Absolutely breath taking when you get there. we started at lodgepole. the first stretch was quite a climb up. we ended going up to the pass just past the lakes and it was beautiful up there. highly suggest that if you have the energy

definitely better trails out there. I went in April and almost got snagged up by a rattle snake 6 miles in. keep an eye out!

great Lil tourist spot

definitely not the best hike but not bad for not driving all the way up

2 days ago

I would not label this trail as easy, especially if you do all 8+ miles. I hike regularly and would say it is moderate. That being said it is an awesome trail. Today held many highlights such as wildflowers all along the trail and the waterfalls were stunning.

This trail wasn't too bad. Just be prepared for inclines. Overall a good hike. Took about 2 hours to get to the waterfall at the end. Very refreshing tho.

Good day hike, pretty easy. Climb up a bit and you'll find a nice pool to swim in.